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‘The Invisible Man’ Review: Elisabeth Moss Performance Elevates Thriller Driven Reboot

Leigh Whannell might not be a household name for the average movie-goer, but he has had a hand in some of the most iconic...

‘Premature’ Review: Harlem Love Story Delivers On “Supreme” Premise

Premature is set in Harlem, and though this tale of a May-December love carries a universal theme, its unabashed specificity is its calling card....

‘Standing Up, Falling Down’ Review: Billy Crystal And Ben Schwartz Shine In Nuanced And Resonant Drama

If you put Billy Crystal (When Harry Met Sally, City Slickers) and Ben Schwartz (Sonic the Hedgehog, Parks and Recreation) in a room, one...

‘Buffaloed’ Review: Zoey Deutch Knocks It Out Of The Park With Winning Comedy

Zoey Deutch's star has risen over the past several years thanks to her work in high profile projects (Netflix's The Politician and the underrated...

‘Camp Cold Brook’ Review: Chad Michael Murray And Danielle Harris Anchor Creepy Supernatural Tale

They say the past should be left behind, but in the eerie tale Camp Cold Brook they remain front and center. Thanks to the...

CinemAddicts Episode 112 Spotlights ‘Downhill,’ ‘Come to Daddy,’ And ‘Standing Up, Falling Down’

Anderson Cowan and I are back for another episode of CinemAddicts and there are a couple of questions that we try to answer. Is...

‘Come To Daddy’ Review: Elijah Wood Excels In Riveting, Off The Beaten Path Thriller

As witnessed in Grand Piano and I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore, Elijah Wood is a fan of deceptively layered and...

‘The Tenant’ Review: The City of Light Darkens Under Roman Polanski’s Terrifying Vision

Ahhhh, that refreshing feeling you have as you unload the last box filled with all of your precious things into your newly called home....

‘Color Out of Space’ Review: Nicolas Cage And Alpacas Mix It Up In “Unique” Cosmic Thriller

Color Out of Space is the newest movie by Richard Stanley,  a storyteller who burst on the scene in the early 90’s as the...

Review: The Force Is Lacking With ‘Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker’

In the summer of 1977, my brother and I rushed out of the Roxy Theater in Tacoma, Washington. We had just seen Star Wars...

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Days of Wine and Roses’ Features Jack Lemmon And Lee Remick At Their Finest

The Warner Archive Collection contains a treasure trove of classics, and though I consider myself an avid film buff, it's a shame it took...

Review: Science Fiction Thriller ‘Code 8’ Thrives On Lean Yet Superpowered Storytelling

One of my major gripes with comic book films lies in the overall stakes of the game. Although Earth or maybe even the universe...

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